Try On Haul | I Saw It First

I Saw It First have been doing giveaways on Twitter every night when Love Island is on but because of my early bedtime I've not seen them until the morning. Except one. Somehow I managed to bag myself £50 to spend on I Saw It First thanks to one little tweet near the beginning of the month. Their website has so much to choose from with loads of sales and there's always discount codes too. It's no wonder that it took me a good few days to finally choose how to spend my £50 (and a little extra while I was at it).
The first thing I ordered was a Khaki Padded Jacket. I've got loads jackets and if you were to ask my husband I need a coat clear out not buying another one but I couldn't help myself. I've not got one this colour and because I'm out walking loads recently with the pram I wanted something cosy but a bit more exciting than my usual black jacket. I'm loving this one already, I've worn it pretty much every day and it only cost £15. 

One of my favourite items of maternity clothing was a leopard print dress and as tempted as I was to keep it in my wardrobe it does me absolutely no favours without a bump. I couldn't find  one the same but found a good alternative, this Leopard Print Top. It's only £12.50 and the sort of top you can throw on with a pair of jeans and have a perfect outfit for whatever your day brings.
It seems like it's going to be jumper weather for a little longer even though February is nearly finished. The other day it went from blue skies to a blizzard in seconds and this weekend has been 60mph winds. I thought the Lilac Colour Block Jumper was quite a good jumper for when you're feeling the Spring vibes but still need the warmth. I don't think I've got anything this colour but I'm loving it. This jumper was only £10, so half price, and a good quality so definitely worth it.   

The next top I bought, the White Mesh Frill T-shirt, I thought would be a bit more exciting than a plain white tee and be a wardrobe staple. It was £15 so a bit pricier than a plain T-shirt and unfortunately does me no favours whatsoever. I though the frill and mesh would be an added girliness but it definitely doesn't suit me and my shape. So this one is going back...
My last buy was something a bit more suited to getting dressed up. The Leopard Print Duster Jacket is a good alternative to a blazer and is something I would wear with a cami, jeans and heeled boots to go out for dinner. The jacket is £20 but actually the material is really thin and quite cheap feeling that I'm not 100% convinced that its worth it and might end up being sent back with the white top...
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